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to 13-10 raiders pick introduced the raiders introduced their first round draft pick d.j. hayden, cornerback out of houston taken 12th overall hayden held up jersey #25 as he posed with gm reggie mckenzie hayden is some story.he nearly died following a freak football injury during prcticethe main vain in his heart was torn after he took a knee to the chest yet hayden recoveredand was one of the fastest players at the combine.and the raiders first round pick a very special basketball game tonight. the warriors are up three games to one. and how we start the second round. giants and san diego, tim lincecum. with help from angel pagan. lincecum only give up a couple of rounds. adam jones to go to the a's tonight. and in support of a younger pitcher. joshed advances with a single. to put the orioles on the board. and 3-2. the a's had a tough time. against the houston astros. however, with the san francisco six- foot four, 280 lbs.. the third . date to of the draft, that was willie brown. and that they chose the name. with the offensive tackle, getting a linebacker out of connecticut.
, the orchard supply sports report with gary radnich. >> gary: quite a turnaround playoff game at oracle. hayden.next!!!! raiders pick introduced hayden, cornerback out of mckenzie freak football injury during prcticethe main vain in his heart was torn after he took a knee to the chest yet hayden recoveredand was also bandsmen donnelly in and corey at of all bauer also the bad boy the big boy a ticking 18th overall out of al is you, talks about what his three year-old daughter and what it means to be a father and joining the national football league. >> she knows my number she knows when she sees me on tv, when they call my name she wanted to go with me. she wanted to know what number i wore. (laughter) could have x to be in a better place. >> gary: the raiders chose willie brown and willie was involved of calling the name of my week watson the 63210 pawn player. " overawed the j. hayden bought into the bay area today. six months ago he nearly died following a freak football injury. he recovered and now on the verge of becoming a millionaire and starter secondary but the oakland raiders. >> i th
banquet of the year for the bears. while the bears search for another easy meal, the wolves of the hayden pack gather to feast on the rewards of their own hard work. but a bold young bear has found their carcass, and a grizzly is accustomed to taking what he wants. the hayden wolves size up the situation. the pack is nine wolves strong, and the bear... is not as big as he could be. he's tried to bury the carcass, and defends it from the center of his earthworks. it's his strength against their speed, but the wolves seem to think they can take him. the haydens prove to be more than the young bear can handle, this time. bears or wolves -- it makes no difference to the ravens. they always make their point -- but manage to stay above the competition. bison will face both wolves and bears over the course of their lives, but the first challenge for newborn calves is just keeping up with their mothers. they're on their way to summer pastures, and for the calves, it's sink or swim. instinctively, the calves seek shelter next to their mothers. but the waters are cold and fast -- too fast for the t
. the 49ers selected safety eric reed from lsw the 18th pick. oakland raiders selected d.j. hayden out of university of houston. ed raiders had been set to pick third when they traded with the miami dolphins for two picks. they chose hayden. they also received the number 42 pick in the second round. we are posting updates on our website, ktvu.com. when you're there, click on the sports tab. >>> rescue crews rushed to the scene. an update with good news about the woman who was rescued. >>> it's about to warm up as much as 10 degrees. how soon we'll feel the heat. >>> san francisco firefighters rescue add woman who fell along a trail this afternoon. our news chopper was overhead as crews used a back board to carry the woman to safety. dispatchers said she was checked out for minor injuries. >>> mark tamayo is here. we had heat. now we're cool. that's about to change. >> going the other direction. no major heat in the forecast. that's good news. temperatures will be trending upward. just in time for the weekend. readings really cooled off. mainly 50s and 60s out there. warmest locations,
/3 ip, 8 hits, 5 er final: a's have lost 6 of last 7 drop to 13-10 . raiders take hayden sotvo sound full commissioner 5-11, 191 pound cornerback dj hayden - a former high school wide receiver. he's a playmakerand a medical miracle. he took a knee to the chestsevering a vein to his heartand his chest filled up with blood.it's 95% fatal. but he survivedand 6 months latera first round draft pick 49ers pick 18th the 49ers hope eric reid fills the void left by dashon goldson's exit to tampa bay the niners gave up their 31st selection and one of their two third round picks to dallas to move up and get the former lsu safety reid is 6-foot-1, 205 pounds and is known as a big hitter so how did niners fans react to the pick at the draft party in santa clara? sot: niners fans like it! 49ers fans celebrate the niners selection of safety eric reid at the draft party in santa clara . chiefs first overall with the first overall selection the kansas city chiefs took left tackle eric fisher out of central michigan. fisher is 6-foot-7, 305 pounds and the chiefs hope will protect alex smith's blind si
of the "weekly standard," former congresswoman jane harman, global security consultant michael hayden, and fox news analyst juan williams. congresswoman harman is a top former democrat on the house intelligence committee, what is your takeaway on the boston bombings? why did these guys succeed where so many have failed over the last decade? how do we respond better to protect the homeland? >> i think we responded very well here, but we have to be right 100% of the time. they only have to be right once. they exploited, obviously successfully, a weakness in how the bomb sniffing dogs and others were working at this marathon, which had a high police presence. obviously, next time, we will have more bomb sniffing dogs or whatever it takes, but i think, given our track record since 9/11 of preventing most of these things that have been tried by amateurs -- and i agree with phil mudd that these guys were amateurs -- i give us high marks, and the response of boston and the country has been absolutely magnificent. my final comment is this has been a national civics lesson for the country, and i think
months in a friend's basement. hayden's mom worried her 10-year-old wouldn't get to play. >> i'm over the top happy. i've been expressing sadness for so long so the happiness is a little unfamiliar but it's great. >> we measure the impact of our organization in smiles. so today is a home run of a day. >> reporter: for a small town in need, bats, balls, and gloves are a game changer. stephanie gosk, nbc news, island park, long island. >>> and that is our broadcast on a tuesday night. thank you for being here with us. we want to leave you with the cherry blossoms at their peak today in the nation's capital. look at that. i'm brian williams. we hope to see you right back here tomorrow evening. good night from new york. now. >>> good evening i'm jessica aguirre. >> and i'm raj mathai. >> a local district attorney is in hot water but perhaps what he did was completely legal. that is what the santa clara board of supervisors wants to know after our investigative unit found john rosen giving thousands of hours of free time off to employees. >> the county executive is asking the attorney gene
. they switched picks with the dolphins. they went with defense. >> the oakland raiders select d.j. hayden. defensive back, houston. >> haines a happy man. six interceptions in two years at houston. he was cut short when he took a hit in practice, tore a vein in his heart, and nearly died. 49ers traded picks with the cowboys, moved up to get lsu with the 18th overall selection. six interceptions in three seasons for lsu. hey, jared barker is serving up the orioles. 3rd inning game here. all the y from first to score. baltimore, 10-2. parker is spoiled again. aaron rogers, miami heat's ray allen knocked down five threes for most career threes in a post season. 104-91. they'll go for a sweep coming up on sunday. >> wow. >> pretty good. >> a lot going on. >> even more in a half hour. >> we'll see you. >> see you at 11:00. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, and now i am recruiting you. who is this guy again? don't worry about phil. he drives a corvette. he is doing just fine. okay, calling cards are the wave of the future. these things sell themselves. who uses calling cards anymore? you know what, tha
. >> the oakland raiders select d-day hayden. it is an interesting story to dj besides he's obviously a good player he took a need to the chest while playing suffering a vain to his heart and his chest filled with blood its 95% fatal but somehow this young cool were survived and six months later he is a first round draft towards. the game >> the 49ers trade up in the 18th pick. >> we are the 18th pick in the 2013 nfl draft. the san francisco 49ers select error week. >> eric reed is 6 ft. 1 213 lbs. tifton to defensive back. >> fans cheering for the 49. >> people are going crazy over agreed. >> the party will continue about another hour in santa keller. >> six-foot seven 305 lbs. will project alex smith next season. >> laughter with their air reporters >> sports fans watch espn so much because they run and they carry the draft and they hypnotizing to thinking that the nfl draft is a big deal. >> you always said that baseball is so good estrogen out the gains all year so maybe the nfl is trying to do the same. >> you want to get excited about something the golden state warriors their first home playo
. and with the 12th selection chose university of houston corner back dj hayden. he almost died in november when a vein ruptured near the heart and saved by emergency surgery. raiders say doctors cleared him who excel in coverage. got excellent speed. silver and black trying to rebuild the defense. >> doctors did a great job in researching all the medical stuff. so about this put on the tape it became prevalent that's our guy. >> look at this scene. niner fans at draft party in san jos jose. wall to wall there. saw the niners trade the 31st over all pick and third rounder to dallas to move up to the 18th over all selection. niners selecting lsu safety reid 6 foot 1, 2 13 pounds. he's a hitter. set to replace golden. >> happy and pleased that he's a forty-niner. i talk to mrs. reid she said that's where she wanted eric to go and because that's where eric wanted to go that was his first choice. so win-win. >> draft continues tomorrow. >> on to baseball. a's hit rough stretch after road trip and pitching coach young tossed out of tonight game with baltimore. starting pitchers lit up th
in exchange for the number 12 and 42 overall picks. with that 12th pick, oeakland selected d.j. hayden. 61 tackles last season. >> when i got the phone call, i told them, i said i'm coming to county. my whole family, they're all just cheering for me, excited, giving me hugs, shaking my hand. telling me they loved me. it's just good to have my family here with me right now. >> good talent with a really cool story, too. the 49ers had the 31st overall pick. that guy is eric reed out of lsu. he's a two-time all american. the scouting report on reed, great size, great closing speed. signing with tampa bay, reed could step right in and start this season. comments now from the newest 49er in the gm. >> it's an honor. they traded up to get me. i'm very fortunate to be on such a good d fence. there are a ton of guys that can go and learn from. i just can't wait to get to california to get to work. >> he's a prototype safety in terms of size. you know, he's got good length, long arms, 6'1" plus, 210 pounds. he's got the height, weight, speed that we were looking for at the position. he's smart. he's
rounder. and with the 12th selection chose university of houston corner back dj hayden. he almost died in november when a vein ruptured near the heart and saved by emergency surgery. raiders say doctors cleared him who excel in coverage. got excellent speed. silver and black trying to rebuild the defense. >> doctors did a great job in researching all the medical stuff. so about this put on the tape it became prevalent that's our guy. >> look at this scene. niner fans at draft party in san jos jose. wall to wall there. saw the niners trade the 31st over all pick and third rounder to dallas to move up to the 18th over all selection. niners selecting lsu safety reid 6 foot 1, 2 13 pounds. he's a hitter. set to replace golden. >> happy and pleased that he's a forty-niner. i talk to mrs. reid she said that's where she wanted eric to go and because that's where eric wanted to go that was his first choice. so win-win. >> draft continues tomorrow. >> on to baseball. a's hit rough stretch after road trip and pitching coach young tossed out of tonight game with baltimore. starting p
hayden and hope and row. dealing with rain showers this morning. and look at around bull rock. conquest beach and beck's landing little neck farms dealing with wet weather. as you step out, take eat easy on the roadways . it's going to be slick out there. big story this week, we are going to stay unsettled for the most part. we are waiting for the cold front to approaching as we head into tomorrow. but then what happens is it's going stall out. what that stalled out front we will be unsettled going through the next several days. this morning, temperatures are in the low 50s. we are above average. and that trend will stick around through the week. temperatures will bump up more. abc2's most accurate future trend shows a few hit or miss showers going through the next couple days. but we start to boost the temperatures up. today, 65. that's a couple degrees above average. 53 above average temperatures by tonight. mostly cloudy and 71 degrees. this is what i want to show you heading into tomorrow. we will have the showers available possible and we keep the 70s around as we head right throug
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polluted counties and towns. can you guess what that is? hayden. hayden is the home of large-scale copyright arizona. we'd taken on the small taste across the country for a very good reason. they kill people. they're very toxic. they are now in china and china is dying for obvious reasons. so most of the pollution honestly came 100 years ago. the tom and the small service 500 feet. that pushes kate could not top of this heavy toxins. the thing about heavy metal as they don't go away come at least in your lifetime or three lifetimes. another came from this very interesting. as these on a hill. it's very uneven, very hard to build a home, sunni 32 which accommodations. so they brought that and, leveled some nations all over the town. at that time no one thought anything was said that that would poison you in knots with our yard, isn't something that happened. it's old activity. but if i was living in the red sea at february. i was living in baghdad endured i was in tucson i'd be concerned about rosemont because it is going to affect that water. there's no way not to affect that
corner back hayden. almost died in november. he was hit in practice. ruptured a vein near his heart. emergency surgery saved him. raiders say doctors have cleared hayden. silver and black rebuild the defense. >> doctor did a great job. research and all the medical stuff. from that standpoint it was a non-issue. we put on the tape it became prevalent that's our guy. >> he's a guy obviously you have seen from what he has been through he is willing to work. >> talk about character. this guy is the type of character that we are looking for. >> look at this. draft party at the san pedro square market in san josec. up there over all pick and third rounder. t dallas with the selection and nt reid safety out of lsu. 213 pounds. set to replace goldstein. best vertical at 40 and a half inches. jim said picking him wazzu man must decision. rounds 2 and 3 the draft tomorrow. at the top of the draft offensive line man the hot commodity starting with the chiefs who had the no. 1 pick. first pick. in the 2013 select eric fisher. tackle. central michigan. >> chiefs giving former n
me now a man who should know. michael hayden led the national security agency. welcome back to the show. >> thanks, fareed. >> watching boston. what did you think? you look at these guys and no particular track record, one trip, maybe they had radical views, but had never done anything violent. >> which is a fairly large club. >> which is a fairly large club. so, is there some system? should we be thinking of a way we could stop this in the future? >> here's why i choose to think about it, fareed. if you look at this attack. look at any attack, particularly looking in the rear view mirror as opposed to looking through the wind screen, you could judge that it could have been prevented. this was preventable, if. but let me also offer you the view that attacks of this nature are inevitable. this is like penalty kicks in soccer. no matter how good the goalie is, sooner than later the ball is going in the back of the net. i don't mean to be so dark for your viewers but they have to understand we're working in a part of the spectrum now that is well below what we experienced more
i heard the other explosion go off. >> hayden, tell me what you saw. >> my sister and i, we were stand being there and calling out for our mom. we just heard a loud explosion and i said did we just hear a bomb go off and she said i don't think so he felt we both turned our head and turned in the general direction and we saw another pot of smoke rise up in the air. i guess we kind of confirmed something wrong was going on. there were thoughts it could have been confetti or fireworks, but that wasn't the first thought out of our minds. >> for all of us watching and meeting your family for the first time, it breaks our heart. we want this to be a great day to celebrate your mother running the marathon, and it turned so ghastly for so many americans. your thoughts about this marathon tonight? >> it's a tragedy. it's very sad because the runners work so hard to qualify for the marathon. everybody is really excited about it. it's just the tragedy that somebody could ruin it like that. >> robin, as you crossed the finish line, i imagine you are pretty excited. can't imagine what it woul
global security consultant general michael hayden. fox news political analyst juan williams. congresswoman jane harman is a former top democrat in the house intelligence committee. what is your take-away from the boston bombings. why did the guys succeed where so many failed over the last decade? how do we respond better to protect the homeland? >> we responded well here. we have to right 100% of the time and they only have to be right once. they exploited obviously successfully a weakness in how the bomb-sniffing dogs ants others were working at this marathon, which had a high police presence. obviously, next time we will have more bomb-sniffing tos or whatever it takes. i think given our track record since 9/11 of preventing most of these things, that have been tried by amateurs and i agree with phil mudd these were amateurs, i give us high marks. and the response of boston and the country has been absolutely magnificent. this has been a national civics lesson for the country. this guy will be interrogated effectively, tried effectively and incarcerated or given the death
michael hayden. fox news political analyst juan williams. congresswoman jane harman is a former top democrat in the house intelligence committee. what is your take-away from the boston bombings. why did the guys succeed where so many failed over the last decade? how do we respond better to protect the homeland? >> we responded well here. we have to right 100% of the time and they only have to be right once. they exploited obviously successfully a weakness in how the bomb-sniffing dogs ants others were working at this marathon, which had a high police presence. obviously, next time we will have more bomb-sniffing tos or whatever it takes. i think given our track record since 9/11 of preventing most of these things, that have been tried by amateurs and i agree with phil mudd these were amateurs, i give us high marks. and the response of boston and the country has been absolutely magnificent. this has been a national civics lesson for the country. this guy will be interrogated effectively, tried effectively and incarcerated or given the death penalty. that will be another lesson we can
of the media today. dj hayden met with the bay area today in alameda. it was a day that was far from certainly last november when hayden suffered a life- threatening injury at houston causing him to have emergency heart surgery. >> my mom just -- hurt seeing her child in the hospital like that. it was just -- >> reporter: you know how moms are. my baby, my baby. now. >> she was like oh, my! just seeing her like that it was just like seeing her cry and i was crying to, it was just -- it was just a real hard time for our family but we pulled through it. and good came out of it. >> reporter: the 49ers had a pair of second round picks. the first defendive end from florida state with 11 sacks. >> i thought he was the best defensive lineman for florida state. >> reporter: 100% by week one and with the 55th overall pick, san francisco took tight end vance mcdonald out of rice. stanford tight end zach ernts became the first bay area player. he went to the eagles. he caught 16 touchdowns with his three seasons on the fly. [ signal breakup >> reporter: it's been eight years since aaron rodgers waited to
hayden. he almost died in november when a vein ruptured near the heart and saved by emergency surgery. raiders say doctors cleared him who excel in coverage. got excellent speed. silver and black trying to rebuild the defense. >> doctors did a great job in researching all the medical stuff. so about this put on the tape it became prevalent that's our guy. >> look at this scene. niner fans at draft party in san jos jose. wall to wall there. saw the niners trade the 31st over all pick and third rounder to dallas to move up to the 18th over all selection. niners selecting lsu safety reid 6 foot 1, 2 13 pounds. he's a hitter. set to replace golden. >> happy and pleased that he's a forty-niner. i talk to mrs. reid she said that's where she wanted eric to go and because that's where eric wanted to go that was his first choice. so win-win. >> draft continues tomorrow. >> on to baseball. a's hit rough stretch after road trip and pitching coach young tossed out of tonight game with baltimore. starting pitchers lit up the last weak. tonight parker tuvrnlt a's jump out to early lea
third to swell to acquire a second round choice the 511 one five of 11, 191 lb. cornerback d.j. hayden a former high school wide receiver as a playmaker and a medical miracle. he took the need to digest severing a vein in his heart in his chest filled up with blood. it is 95 percent fatal. he survived in six months later a first round draft pick. the 49ers of erich read it fills the void left by dashon the gold sends exit to tampa. the niners gave up their 31st election and one of their two third round picks to dallas to move up and did the former lsu safety. more on the draft with gary radnich and about half an hour. >> we would take a quick break but before we do we will share these pictures over highway four would bart helicopter partnership was the i abc's seven news. this is my love bridge road, it extends all the way back to the highway four bypass. [ male announcer ] you think you know me. i'm just red carpets and big spectacles. but that's only the beginning. i have more than one red carpet. i like all sorts of spectacles. from the grandiose to the impromptu... to the completel
bake hayden out of houston. he and his family, lets say they were ecstatic when they found out. >> it's crazy. when i got the phone call, i told them, i'm coming to cali. my whole family they all just cheering for me, excited, giving me hugs, shaking my hand, telling me they loved me. it's good to have my family here with me while they enjoy this process with me. >> i don't even know the guy and i got chills. >> the love and good times flow. he'll have a lot bigger earrings when we see him next time. the draft continues today and ends tomorrow. >> it's time to pay up san francisco mayor ed lee will be in baltimore tomorrow for business, super bowl related business to be exact. >> as they say, it's time to pay the piper. back in february, ed lee made a friendly major with baltimore mayor. he believed the 49ers, like most of us, would beat the ravens in the super bowl. i have a mental block, i don't remember how that game turned out. mayor ed lee making good on his bet joining dozens of volunteers for a day of community service in baltimore. >> a man of his word. >> very nice. >>> kille
the nfl draft had players brought in so let's get to the story and dj hayden with a unique situation going on. had surgery in november to take care of a torn vein near his heart. six months later he's excited about wearing silver ask black. >> i can take a lot of ids. a lot of pokes and so i just try to do right by everybody. >> 49erses first round pick spoke with the media today. supposed to replace deshawn goalston. >> a rule has to be heard so i don't expect to come here right away. just come to impact the neem a positive way, just to do my job this, defense is incredible and will be an honor to be on the field with those guys. >> a couple local notables, stanford zach goes and keenan i'll alen going to the chargers on the second day of the draft. they've got the gold out, yellow out, game three is going to be fun. back to you. >> thank you. >> good stuff. join me tonight at 9:00 coming up a hero shares his story for the first time. how he identified the suspect and the message for the bomber tonight. >> bulletproofing your kids. michael finney investigates the cost and controversy of k
defensivas y en su primer seleccion escogieron al esquinero d.j. hayden de la universidad de houston, con una estatura de 5-11, 191 libras y en el 2012 tuvo 61 tacleadas y 4 intercepcione s.. un jugador con velocidad como tradicionalme nte les gusta en oakland... las ultimas dos selecciones de los raiders fueron dos ofensivos, el tacle menelik watson de florida state y el linebacker sio moore de la univesidad de conneticut wipe vo wipe --los 49ers tambien estan en busca de reforzar su defensiva tras la salida de dashon goldson y para ello trajeron a eric reid,, un safety de la universidad de luisiana... el jugador tiene un perfil 6-1 de estatura 213 libras y en el 2012 como colegial tuvo un total de 91 tacleadas y 2 intercepciones... wipe vo wipe ya que estamos hablando de los 49ers su defensivo estelar patrick willis ha reestructurado su contrato con el equipo para que la franquisia tenga margen en su tope salarial... esto le da la libertad a san francisco de poder seguir adquiriendo nuevos refuerzos en el "draft",, en este seleccionado de jugadores... wipe vo wipe ---y aaron rodgers no rees
on thursday, the raiders used their first pick on corner back d.j. hayden whose career/life lit hail ended on the football field. and today the 49ers also drafted a player whose career was almost dashed. south carolina running back marcus hatty more suffered a gruesome injury here against tennessee last october. six months later he was a fifth round selection by san francisco. he may have to sit out the coming season while he continues his recovery. >>> ask the raiders they pick -- and the raiders they picked up a quarterback today. arkansas' tyler wilson in the fourth round. he threw for over 3 # hundred yards and 21 touchdowns and 13 interceptions last season with the razorbacks. but i think the point being i think of topic today is with the warriors did last night against the nuggets. game four is tomorrow. at oracle. i call it roaracle. that will be tomorrow afternoon. if they can get another one? can you imagine going back to denver up 3-1? >> that's hard to do. you have to go in with that kind of advantage considering that denver had won what 24 in a row at home before -- >> the thre
a potential notebook full of material when the raiders drafted corner back d.j. hayden in the first round. a player whose career and life nearly ended on the football field and today the 49ers also drafted a player whose career was almost dashed. south carolina running back marcus lattimore had the tennessedefense use his knee like a pinata in a game last october. a gruesome injury but six months later the niners picked him up in the fifth round. even though lattimore may have to sit out. this coming season whole he recovers from the -- the surgery. >>> the other 49ers' selections six of them today included a quarterback, colin -- to back up kaepernick. daniels out of south florida. one of the 49ers' 11 draft picks, six were defensive players. the raiders picked up a quarterback today in arkansas' signal caller tyler wilson in the fourth round. if you're scoring at home, wilson threw for over 3300 yards and 21 touchdowns and 13 interceptions last season with the razorbacks. >>> now wilson was oakland's first pick of the day. they follow that up with six more selections including two tight
, with careers on their way out. oakland drafted d.j. hayden in the first round, a player whose career and life nearly ended. and san francisco grabbed marcus lattimore. he tore his knee up on this play against tennessee last october. a gruesome injury. even though lattimore may have to sit out this upcoming season to continue his recovery. they selected also a quarterback, a fellow by the name of b.j. daniels out of south florida. of the 49ers' 11 draft picks, six were defensive players. and the raiders picked up a quarterback today, wilson. wilson was oakland's first pick of the day. they followed it up with two tight ends, nick markakis and michael rivera out of tennessee. the raiders took five skill position players. tell you what, there's a huge football audience out there that are just hanging on to every pick, trying to dissect it and figure it out, like they think they know more than the guys in alameda and santa clara. >> but what do you think about the picks? why don't you dissect them? >> let me see them in practice. they look good in shorts and they look good on paper. but once you
gadgets that will light up the night. joining us is thrillist senior editor hayden lynch. these are cool products. let's start with your electronic devices. >> these are eye glow colors. they protect your iphone, your ipad like any other neoprene sleeve. you leave them under a lamp and in a couple of minutes they will charge up and glow for up to six hours. if you get up in the middle of the night to use the bathroom, make some very important phone calls, you know where your phone is. >> very cool. next pet products. >> you don't want to leave man's best friend out in the dark quite literally. these are from night eyes. these are l.e.d. powered. you get a battery involved. they have glow in the dark leash, glow in the dark collar attachments, so your dog can be seen if it escapes at night and if your dog wakes you up at 3 a.m. and wants to play, you've got glow in the dark ball, frisbees. i call them glow in the bark. >> so clever. this is a great idea. >> you remember l.a. lights? early 90's, they got hot with kids. these are grown-up and adult. this company evolved foot wear. they take
and it worked quite well. around 2000, the n.s.a. director michael hayden decided after talking to people within and outside the agency decided to go in a very different direction and chose a system that he basically privatized the system of analyzing n.s.a. intelligence and intercepts, and handed it over to several corporations including this 1saic, one of the largest defense contractors. that system was chosen as the n.s.a. official system and thin thread was not canceled, but it was just put on ice just before 9/11. so in the weeks leading up to 9/11 there was no system really working to intercept rapidly flowing communications across the you didn'ter net. we all know what happened on 9/11, we, you know, we missed some intelligence. cenk: let me jump in there. in your article, you get to the point where trailblazer, the private corporation model cost in the ballpark that $1.2 billion and doesn't work. is that why they went with it, because it was going to cost $1.2 billion and if that's the case, not that it wasn't going to work, but it cost so much money, shouldn't people have been arrested
spokesperson katelyn hayden adds, quote: the report appears to raise questions that have already been asked and answered in great detail by the administration which has provided she says over 10,000 pages of documents, participated in 10 con gracial hearings and accepted the findings of the state department accountability review board. bret? >> bret: jennifer, thank you. now to terror here at home. boston bombing suspect dzhokhar tsarnaev remains under medical care and heavy security tonight and while his medical future seems brighter. grief stricken friends and family are saying their final good byes to two of his alleged victims. senior correspondent eric shawn is in boston again tonight. >> tsarnaev has been upgraded from serious to fair condition. we are getting more insight from hospital bedside court appearance. dr. stephan oddham acute specialist asked him how are you feeling? are you able to answer questions. dzhokhar nods affirmatively. the judge asked him you can afford a lawyer? no he answered only time he spoke. i find that the defendant is alert, mentally he competent and lucid
council spokeswoman katelyn hayden says the report changes questions asked and answered and the body called response to the attack they called it timely and appropriate. patti ann, back to you. >> elizabeth pran, thank you. >>> three weather alerts. the midwest is bracing for more flooding. water levels are continue to go rise. here is maria molina with today's forecast. >> good morning heather and patti ann. we are talking about rising water levels in states like indiana and illinois even areas further south. what happened out here last week we saw significant rainfall amounts falling from a storm system. up to 8 inches reported in some areas. that has produced a lot of flooding and water levels will continue to rise in areas further downstream. we are tracking a number of flood warnings across indiana and illinois and areas further south. that's exactly what we have a storm system producing areas of more rain. 1-2 inches of rain is here. we have moderate rainfall over missouri and indiana. we are also going to keep a eye on mississippi river further downstream in tennessee, mississ
:00. the raiders get d.j. hayden, quarterback houston. what a story. he's off the field. from the raiders to the 49ers we go. the nfc champs own a draft high 13 picks in the draft. matt is at 49ers headquarters. the 49ers have a lot of options, don't they? >> they certainly do. there's a lot of different ways they can go with it. they need a safety at some point. they need to get a starter out of the draft. do they trade up and get a guy like kenny from texas or stand pat and get a defensive lineman? there's a lot of different ways the 49ers can go about this. at some point they will probably pick a tight end and stanford could come in to play. the 49ers have a lot of picks. 13 in all. there's no way they can make the 49ers because their roster is loaded they will trade up, maybe trade back to next year and stockpile picks for 2014. >> all right. thank you very much. >>> let's move to basketball. warriors game three of the playoff series on friday. the availability of seth curry is in question. john henry smith was at the practice facility and has more on the story. make that henry wofford. >> the
brought in the first round selection today to meet the media. that would be dj hayde hayden. the corner become out of the university of houston. really interesting story. he tore a vein near the heart last november. this advertise an injury that results in death for 95 percent of those who suffer such a tear. 6 months later first round pick and pumped up to be wearing silver and black. >> take a lot out of these. a lot of poke. i try to soak it all in and just do right by everybody. about. >> 49ers also introduce the first round pick replace to shawn but understands nothing is guaranteed here. pi don't expect to come here and start right away. like i said i want to be a sponge. the. come in impact the team in a positive way and do my job. defense is incredible and honor to be on the field with those guys. >> round 2 of the 2 and 3 of the draft early today. notable from the second round. manti out of notre dame. 35 to the eagle. tight end zack. goes in the second round of the chargers. niners traded down and pick defensive end out of florida state and then mcdonald tim m
to earth. i met katy perry. very nice woman. sophia couldn't be nicer. and hayden who i once called a pinhead on this program. but she is not. she is very intelligent and well-spoken. all right so that was that now the serious stuff. the primary reason i went down to the big dog and pony show was to help ed henry and fox news correspondent jennifer griffin. she is working with the independence fund to help u.s. military people who lost limbs in iraq and afghanistan. some of them lost all four limbs. we want to get these brave patriots this high tech marvel, it's called the ai a it allows amputees the semblance of independence. the chair can go everywhere. into the woods, on the beach. it gives amputees a bit of control over their lives and lessens their dependence. that's crucial, crucial to these brave men and women. chairs cost more than $10,000 each and jennifer and i want to get at least 50 more of them. so we have developed a program that could raise an enormous amount of money. i can't tell you about it right now, but it is really interesting concept. however, i had to get pre
. director michael hayden and former national security director for asian affairs victor chau. thank you for bringing your expertise to this table. we have been spending weeks saying maybe they are going to fire a missile or nuclear weapons and nothing's happened. why is that? >> i think, first of all, everybody's waiting for them to do something. perhaps on this holiday, the 101st birthday of the grandfather of the current leader. part of it is, i think, is a waiting game. the longer they can string this out, the more they get us to pay attention and they feel it gives them more leverage. they play a game and feel they are winning right now. >> you get the feeling like they are yanking the world's chain. like this is a scary game. >> i don't want to down play the real dangers here, candy, but a lot of this is crisis theater. very predictable. we have seen the pattern in the past. north korean security policy looks like it has been drawn from a shampoo bolt, provoke, accept concessions, repeat. except this time you have a very young leader and the angle at which he's provoking, the kinds
a wonderful poem by robert hayden? a bunch of sundays? it fit well what you're saying about your father. and it's a short, wonderful poem. it begins that -- [inaudible] and put his clothes on in the blue black cold. and from then -- [inaudible] weekday weather made bank fires blaze. then he says in the poem that when the rooms are warm, you recall me. i would get up -- [inaudible] driven out the cold and feeling the -- [inaudible] but then he says later on -- [inaudible] what did i know? what did i know of love's austere and lonely offices? finish so -- so the point is, you make the point so well in your talk that your father did love you. but you didn't know that, what that love austere and lonely offices. my father and i never got along together. he lived to be 104 years old, but we never got along together. but i love what you said. and i'm glad you wrote it. republican or whatever you are. [laughter] >> guest: well, thank you very much, and you're absolutely right about the old man getting up and going to work every day, not liking it, and that was his role modeling. and and you did
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